Canada Investor Education

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Consumer Advocates Launch Campaign Calling for One Banking Ombudsman: Toronto – September 25, 2018 – CARP, the Consumers Council of Canada and FAIR Canada are calling on the Government of Canada to protect banking consumers by appointing a single, not-for-profit organization to act as the ombudsman for the retail banking sector across the country. CARP, the Consume...
Offering to Get you Out of a Product: Rob Carrick of the Globe and Mail reports on how Manulife is offering to get people out of their IncomePlus Guaranteed retirement income product sold between 2006 and 2009 and switch into a different GIF series 75 segregated fund product. The product came with a guarantee that the person could wi...
Ford Government Decision a Step Backward: Professor Anita Anand, in an opinion piece in the Globe & Mail, makes three criticisms of the Ontario Ministry of  Finance’s Statement on the Mutual Fund Fees reforms wherein the government stated it disagrees with the proposal that was issued by the  CSA: (i) it undermines the rule-making pr...

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This proposed voter community is for funding websites that educate Canadian retail investors in all investments, including stocks, mutual funds, bank accounts. money market funds etc.

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